• Tobie Snyder

Stress and Digestion- 10 Things You Should Know

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The fact is the body absorbs what you put on your skin and these chemicals are toxic and should be avoided. While other countries shave banned the use of these chemicals the US has yet to follow

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Chemicals used in skincare today have a negative impact on our environment. Manufacturers release a majority of the chemicals in the air and water and then theres washing them down the drain during our personal care. These harmful chemicals end up in the soil and water and are effecting  sea life.


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